Wishful thinking. I’m sure he is or has in the past had thoughts about about leaving like I’m sure most players do. Hopefully he sticks with it and works hard for the big payoff in the end. These kids today seem to give up too easy. Hope it works out but if not next man up.
Re: This would be expontenially more disturbing than Feaster***
Jun 4, 2019, 11:58 AM
I agree with that, but that's just because I love to watch the guy run.
That said - the Heisman Committee would just go ahead and give the Heisman Trophy to ETN by mid-season because ETN would rush for over 3,000 yards this year. He averages about 13 carries per game due to sharing carries with Choice, Feaster, and Dixon. If he carries 30 times a game, he easily rushes for over 3,000 yards.
If the rumor/news that Dixon had jumped Feaster for 2nd string RB, I’m not sure that this means anything football related. However, if he sees Bowman and Pryor and potential for him not to get first touches in 2020, there could be something to it. Hopefully nothing is going on.
Considering LJD's circumstances, if "making that move" meant sitting out the season to transfer, I don't see the logic in it. The starting job is his next year, which (for his potential NFL career) is all that matters.
Look at what happened to Quinnen Williams. He redshirted his first year, got in the rotation his second year and exploded in 2018 to end up the 3rd pick of the draft.
Unless he is just flat out scared of Demarkus Bowman for 2020, LJD should understand his path is set up quite nicely.